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Music Video: Looks Like Sex

Artisit: Mike Posner

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:25

  • Copyright: Mike Posner

Music Video For Looks Like Sex By Artist Mike Posner

Reviews For Looks Like Sex By Artist Mike Posner

  • What Is The Meaning For Thiss???????

    By Ejay01
    Each And Every Song Fades Out With A Meaning For People. But With This, It Has No Meaning To It. It's Very Inaproppiate, And Has No Reason To Be Made. Over And Out!
  • OMG

    By uknojuno111
    Love the song love the beat I just don't get the looks like sex and please stop hating on it?!?!😖😁👿😡
  • M. Pose! <333

    By Charlesa♥
    He's so cute (: & I loveeee this song and video. Can't wait for his new album!
  • -.-

    By Lala 04
    He sounds like Justin Beiber....
  • Terrible

    By SliceofCherry
    This video is horrible. I don't get the concept of it. Angry face >:[
  • Didn't like at first.

    By David Brewer
    Didn't like at first, now I'm addicted to it. I listen to the song at least 10 times a day.
  • omg..

    By bertroberts
    this is like.. extremely degrating to women. i mean really. does anyone notice?? anybody??
  • Awesome song!!!!!!

    By alleyy13
    This song is so true!!
  • OMG

    By Mirmaid.x3
    That's Horrible. i Would Have Expected More From Mike Posner. So Sad.
  • Eeeewwwwwwww!!!

    By Marie rocks
    What a gross song!! Even for adults!! Gross and totally inappropriate

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